I have been waiting for this album for about three years now and it has finally been released (well sort of). The album, which will be officially released in two weeks, has been leaked on to various torrent sites. If you are going to download it get it from MiniNova.org. People who have downloaded it from other sites are complaining about inferior quality and bitrates.
Archive for August, 2009
It seems like Congressman and, more importantly, Doctor Ron Paul has a similar opinion calling the swine flu a non-event. He also noted the 1976 swine flu scare when a vaccine was created under the purview of Congress that killed more people than those that died from the swine flu itself. Dr. Paul was one of only two Congressmen to vote against the bill.
Watch the video here:
The Lew Rockwell Show is a great podcast series that features Lew Rockwell interviewing various people. I highly recommend that all of my readers subscribe to this podcast. Recently he interviewed possible US Senate candidate Peter Schiff.
If you want to donate to Schiff’s senatorial campaign head over to Schiffforsenate.com
You can also pre-order his new book Crash Proof 2.0 on Amazon.com
Listen to the interview here:
Via Lew Rockwell.
Dr. Paul talks about Austrian Economics, monetary policy, town halls, politics, welfare state, the dollar, income tax, federal reserve, national debt, Audit the Fed Bill and more.
Really, she hits all of the right points. Government does restrict the free-market. Government does restrict supply and demand. I don’t know about the government “pulling the plug” on people, but the rest seems accurate:
Rand Paul, son of the libertarian leaning Republican congressman Ron Paul, is running for the Kentucky Senate seat and he needs your help. The goal, according to a link on Rand Paul’s facebook page, is it to get 10,000 people to donate $100 each for a total of $1 mil. The event is similar to Ron Paul’s Nov. 5 money-bomb, which garnered attention for his campaign in the presidential primary.
You don’t have to be a Kentucky resident to donate, so head over to randpaul2010.com and donate. I know, times are tough, but even if you can’t donate $100 any amount would really be great. If you can spare $25, it might be worth it.
A message from Rand: